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Eda Gunaydin Eda Gunaydin i(A136159 works by)
Born: Established: ca. 1994 ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Turkish
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Eda Gunaydin is a writer based in western Sydney. Fluent in Spanish and Turkish, she has been a research assistant at the University of Sydney and a tutor with the Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning Program.

She was a 2016 CAL WestWords Emerging Writers' Fellow and a recipient of the 2017 Neilam Sidney Literary Travel Fund grant for work exploring the Turkish disapora.

Her work has appeared in numerous periodicals.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2019 shortlisted The Woollahra Digital Literary Award Non-fiction

for 'Gothic  Body, in Two Parts'.

2018 winner D J (Dinny) O'Hearn Memorial Fellowship

for 'A Rock Is a Hard Place'.

2017 recipient The Neilma Sidney Literary Travel Fund

$4,050awarded for a research trip to France and Germany for a novel that explores first-and-second-generation members of the Turkish diaspora.

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